Four dead in Venezuela post-vote violence: state news agency
CARACAS (Reuters) - Violence over Venezuela's disputed presidential election has killed four people, state news agency AVN said on Tuesday.
It reported that two people died in Miranda state which includes part of Caracas, one in Tachira state on the border with Colombia, and another in western Zulia state, when trouble flared on Monday.
(Writing by Andrew Cawthorne, Editing by Girish Gupta and Christopher Wilson)
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